Superfoods for Your Skin: Pumpkin

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With the weather cooling down, you may find your skin looking and feeling dry. Thankfully, just in time for these cooler temperatures, mother nature supplies us with just the right foods our bodies need! Pumpkins are plentiful this time of year and have little known properties that are great for improving your dry skin in the chilly weather. Here are some of the reasons you should love pumpkin, not just pumpkin spice this fall:

Improve Cell Turnover
Pumpkin naturally contains alpha hydroxy acids, which are known to increase cell turnover to reveal more radiant, smooth skin. When paired with a great daily exfoliator like the Complete Clarity Daily Face Exfoliator & Polish, you can reveal brighter looking skin. Alpha hydroxy acids are commonly used in wrinkle reducing products, making pumpkin a superfood for youthful skin.

Vitamin Power
Vitamin A and Vitamin C are known antioxidants that can help boost collagen production making skin appear younger. Vitamin A is particularly helpful for developing healthy skin in the deeper layers, while Vitamin C is known as a molecule vital for the maintenance of overall skin health.

Pumpkin Seeds
Aside from the pulp, even pumpkin seeds are good for your skin. Pumpkin seeds contain zinc, which may help acne sufferers maintain a hormone balance. Pumpkin seeds also contain alpha-linolenic acid, a fatty acid that can help sustain healthy skin.

2 Responses

  1. Is cauliflower good for your skin

  2. I do not know if it is good for your skin but I eat it because it is good for a diet. You may want to look up cauliflower in the internet as well.

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